Noshington Cafe restaurant

1A Washington Street, City Centre South

Dublin 8

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27 reviews
4 stars - based on 27 reviews

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OPENING HOURS

Mon8:30am - 7:00pm
Tue8:30am - 7:00pm
Wed8:30am - 7:00pm
Thu8:30am - 7:00pm
Fri8:30am - 7:00pm
Sat10:00am - 6:00pm
Sun10:00am - 6:00pm

CAPACITY
40 people

CUISINES
Cafe

FACILITIES

Will accept party bookings Terraced dining area

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Noshington Cafe

eclarke2017
Dublin
5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:65%

Reviewed 26th September 2017 (visited 25 September 2017 )

I visited the noshington yesterday with my mother, she had come up from the country so I wanted to bring her somewhere nice for lunch and I had heard really good things about this place so I brought her there. (It's worth noting that I had my dog with me, which they were very accommodating towards giving her a bowl of water as she sat outside with us and kept all the customers entertained!). The menu looked really good and I was excited once I read it, really varied tasty looking dishes. I ordered the crispy fish taco and my mother ordered the falafel plate. We were left waiting for close to 30 minutes, which normally wouldn't have phased me in the slightest but people that had arrived after us had received their food and were close to being finished completely. My mum went in to check on the food and asked whereabouts we were in the queue and the girl asked her if we wanted to order. She explained that we had ordered and she went to go check the kitchen a couple minutes later she came running out to confirm what we had ordered. It was obvious that the order had been missed, which is fine, the place was busy (both myself and my mother work in catering so we could totally understand that). But we were left to wait another 20-30 minutes for our food and there was no acknowledgement of how long or the fact that the order was clearly missed earlier when it was brought out. The staff instead dodged eye contact with us so we not only felt forgotten but ignored too. The food was 50/50 mine (the fish taco) It was really good which was a saving grace for me at least, but the falafel was just sad. It was dry and over cooked with little to no seasoning, the hummus was watery and lacked in seasoning as did the other sauce on the plate. The whole thing just fell very short. She didn't finish it, the waiter simply asked 'did you not like it?' and we explained it was dry & he replied that it was a new menu he'd tell the chef & walked away. The whole thing was disappointing

Noshington Cafe

annecarthy2012
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 03rd May 2016 (visited 2 May 2016 )

The team at Noshington do an amazing job. I went with my two nieces & they could not have been more pleasant. Kids menu excellent, service excellent and not overpriced. A great local restaurant

Noshington Cafe

kiki333
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 09th November 2015 (visited 10 October 2015 )

Love this place. Food is really tasty and freshly made (Choc Brownie is to die for). Staff are always really helpful and willing to amend food if requested. It seems to be a "yummy mummy" favoured place. Having kids banging on tables and running around can be a bit annoying for people who just want a nice quite meal.

Noshington Cafe

Kittykats
Dublin
22 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 15th June 2015 (visited 13 June 2015 )

Nice neighbourhood cafe and restaurant. Stopped off for a quick bite early on Saturday evening. Food was delish - colourful and fresh. I had the chicken wrap with a side order of a butternut squash salad. The wrap was ok but the salad lovely. Service was lovely - relaxed and friendly from waitress (although another staff member behind counter didnt make any attempt at customer service). All in all, a nice neighbourhood cafe - I noted people dropping in to get salads etc to take away. Wish I lived closer - will definitely return.

Noshington Cafe

mrsbread
Dublin
16 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:47%

Reviewed 17th November 2014 (visited 12 November 2014 )

Lovely lunch great atmosphere have been at noshington good few times love the place good value for money

Noshington Cafe

jackster87
Dublin
10 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th November 2014 (visited 7 November 2014 )

Used to eat here regular. I find that the quality of food is slipping. The coffee is still great but the 'Hot Pot' needs to be changed up. The char-grilled sour dough with feta cheese is normally a lovely sandwich, however the last time I got it, it was a total disappointment. The bread was not sour dough and it was not char grilled. There was nothing said just packed in a box and handed to me. I won't be going back until the menu is changed up a little, and you are given the food as it is promised.

Noshington Cafe

sjb123
Dublin
51 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 18th September 2014 (visited 17 September 2014 )

Had lunch here with work colleagues, really great place and exceptional value, a wonderful find

Noshington Cafe

The Waddler
Dublin
36 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:70%

Reviewed 17th April 2014 (visited 16 April 2014 )

Everything about the place impressed. It was really busy and we were seated immediately and looked after very professionally. The service was both friendly and efficient. I had the fish and chips and my partner the quiche. Both meals were well presented and of a very high quality. Unusually for us we both produced clean dishes and felt compelled to complement the staff on the high quality of the food presented. The cost was very reasonable and the efficiency of the staff was impressive. The decor is attractive and the outside dining areas are as welcoming as inside....well done

Noshington Cafe

barbaramasin56625340692
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 03rd March 2014 (visited 15 February 2014 )

Very good food but service and management are the worst i never find. I was going there often , but a smile and a welcoming staff is a lot to ask.

Noshington Cafe

jackster87
Dublin
10 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th February 2014 (visited 5 February 2014 )

Eat here regularly, food is very tasty but can sometimes be a bit pricey, definitely one of the best coffee joints in Dublin. The only thing I would change is have a bit more variation in the Hotpots as the set menu reminds me of being in boarding school.

Noshington Cafe

derangeddynamic4224808
Kildare
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 20th November 2013 (visited 20 November 2013 )

Working in griffith Collefge, this cafe could not be more perfectly placed for me... except maybe if it was right outside my office door but I'll deal with having to cross the road. I have always loved stew but after having to give up my mother's covetted beef stew I was at a loss in life. (Stew=stock cubes=wheat... I just found out I'm Coeliac) But lo and behold, I wandered into Noshington to have a scoop of their chicken curry hot pot (Also fantastic) when the Beef and Guiness Stew caught my eye. I don't normally eat stew when I'm out but being a coeliac in a cafe filled with Pastry, I hadn't many options. Three words. I'll. Be. Back. It was incredible! The beef was tender but not mushy and the potatoes were just as creamy as the chalk board menu promised! And my little white carton was only a fiver too! I was as happy as a duck in a cracker factory! The staff were also very helpful and lovely. I'll be back next wednesday for more!

Noshington Cafe

Rennboy88
Dublin
9 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 29th July 2013 (visited 27 July 2013 )

Have to agree with others here all the right ingredients for a great local brunch / lunch place with the service and attitude of the management letting it down badly!

Noshington Cafe

kkkk.kkkk818
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 25th May 2013 (visited 24 May 2013 )

Friday evening after a hard week at work I wanted to chill out with friend (city center wasn’t the option!). I heard about this place a lot but never been there so decided that now is the time. From the outside the place looks normal but once you step inside the atmosphere is brilliant. I was amazed by the salmon I ordered (big respect for the chef). Staff was very friendly and professional. I will definitely recommend this place, especially if You looking for something with good atmosphere and great food.

Noshington Cafe

FayeRoche
Dublin
9 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd January 2013 (visited 20 January 2013 )

My local haunt for hungover brunch on Sundays. I'd say it was a little pricey, between €9 and €12 for brunch, but every detail on the menu is well considered. Poached egg on Sunday was overdone, and my first experience there (months ago) was being forgotten about for almost a full hour. They are genuinely very busy though, but sometimes the atmosphere is a bit too family-based (nice way of saying screaming kids and high chairs and boastful parents with ipads) Still though, lovely full Irish.

Noshington Cafe

NJ78
Dublin
47 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th September 2012 (visited 2 September 2012 )

Finally made it here for brunch, having passed by it for years and meaning to pop in. It's a surprisingly big space inside and lots of room between tables which makes for a relaxing dine. The service we experienced was top notch, and food was decent. The main attraction for me was their (presumably) home made lemonade which was lovely, bitter, and tasted of lemons, not an over sweetened mess like you get from the mass-manufactured stuff. This is such a very hard thing to find. Will look forward to a visit again to try some other dishes

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